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14 June 2017

Blue Cube Portable Cold Stores Seek New Premises amid Expansion

Since first launching in 2009, Blue Cube Portable Cold Stores have specialised in the provision of eco-friendly and portable cold storage solutions. Focusing on flexibility above all else and backed up by a dedicated service and support team, the company have achieved massive success and continue to push ever upwards.

Now the company, which operates as part of the Turner Group, is looking to expand, and is currently searching for new premises which will allow it to do exactly that.

Blue Cube is on the hunt for a business space with enough room to accommodate not only its ever-expanding fleet of portable blast freezers and cold stores, but also allow for a modern office building and yard on-site. The completed premises will also include a workshop and dedicated service bays for repairs and spraying

Steve Blakemore, Blue Cube’s Managing Director commented on the prospective upgrade, “This is an exciting and positive development in our business plans for the future and provides the opportunity to bring all our sales, service and fleet maintenance functions into one location. We are looking for a high quality, modern workplace where our staff and customers will benefit from us having such dedicated and efficient premises.

“A strategically located facility with well-connected transport links will ensure excellent support for customers and give us the flexibility to expand as we continue to meet the demands of our target markets.”

Blue Cube, who provide cold storage solutions for the food, pharmaceutical, logistics, and manufacturing industries, are hoping to locate premises which are easily accessible to major roads and specifically, the M1 and M6 motorways. At the time of writing this search is still underway, but we will try to update you with any additional news as it emerges.

Sam Bonson

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